Suicide Kings of Redondo Beach
R. Don Copeland
T. Fox Dunham
Burn Down the House
The Cosa Nostra and the Hitman
James David Park
R. Don Copeland, a native Californian, grew up in the farming community that brought America Juan Corona, one of the most notorious serial killers in U.S. history. Mass-murderer Eric Houston played in Copeland’s Dungeons and Dragons campaign and killed four high school students and a teacher next door to Copeland’s home. Twenty-seven of Copeland’s high school classmates were killed in a bus crash and a neighbor two doors down murdered his wife and three sons. Copeland’s friends say he’s a great guy but you would not want him as your neighbor. R. Don Copeland may be the only writer around who turns to detective noir for its relative serenity.
T. Fox Dunham resides outside of Philadelphia, PA, an author and historian, he’s published in nearly 200 international journals and anthologies. His first novel, The Street Martyr, was published by Gutter Books and is being made into a feature film by Throughline Films. He’s a cancer survivor. His friends call him Fox, being his totem animal. His motto is: Wrecking civilization one story at a time. Find more from Dunham on his website: www.tfoxdunham.com.
Michael McGlade grew up in an Irish farmhouse where the leaky roof didn’t bother him as much as the fear of electrocution from the nightly scramble for prime position beneath the chicken lamp. His seminal influences were Darwin’s Survival Of The Fattest and a morbid belief that “undying love” meant you had a soft-spot for zombies. Never allowing these misapprehensions to hold him back from success, he understood that nothing is as clear as the illegible comprehensibility of the modern world. His short fiction has been published in Spinetingler, Plan B, Over My Dead Body, Out Of The Gutter, and Hard Luck anthology by Burnt Offerings Books. He holds a master’s degree in English from Queen’s University, Ireland. You can find out the latest news and views from him on McGladeWriting.com.
James Park lives in Columbus, Ohio. He’s been featured in a number of genre fiction publications, including Dark Moon Digest, Ghostlight Magazine, Cemetery Moon, Sanitarium Magazine, Massacre Magazine, and Trysts of Fate. His circus-punk endeavor, Clowns with Big Floppy Shoes, can be enjoyed for free in issue two of Crab Fat Literary Magazine. New work is scheduled to appear in Infernal Ink Magazine, Night to Dawn Magazine, The Realm Beyond, and the Ethereal Gazette. He has contributed horror stories to a plethora of recent and upcoming anthologies.
Andrew Fox is a short story writer and novelist from Dublin, Ireland. He has recently started writing seriously again after being economically coerced into spending a too-long hiatus in the real world. His short story “The Time Of Our Lives” was selected as runner-up in the Mensa UK short story competition 2014. He is currently working on his debut novel, which he hopes to have ready for publication in 2015.
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